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Influence of the Plague on Ancient Greece During the Peloponnesian War

Author: SongChang
Tutor: WangLiYing
School: Liaoning University
Course: World History
Keywords: Ancient Greece Peloponnesian War Plague Affect
CLC: K125
Type: Master's thesis
Year: 2011
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Abstract


Usually attention to historical events, most of which are political , economic, military class , followed by science and technology class , again, literature and art . In a large number of historical works , the plague is just a few strokes of the social unrest caused by the political, economic and military activities embellishment . The plague during the Peloponnesian War to examine the history of the development of ancient Greek society , not only rich in history , and enhance the historical interpretation of the latitude and efforts , but also to prevent the plague modern society , control the plague and even better understand human contemporary and the future survival state has practical significance. This thesis discusses the plague of the Peloponnesian War , historians , literary , medical and sociological , directly or indirectly, to explore the content . The thesis consists of three parts of the Introduction , body , conclusion . Introductory section highlighted the reason, purpose and significance of the topics , but also on the process of writing a thesis on the basis of reference for a brief introduction . The text is divided into three parts. The first part introduces the several views of the origin of the plague during the Peloponnesian War . The second part of the in-depth inquiry during the Peloponnesian War, the plague of ancient Athens and Sparta . Part III on the basis of the aforementioned two , from the demographic, political , people thought, medicine, public health and other aspects of the plague during the Peloponnesian ancient Greek social development . The closing section is the summary and generalization . Analysis of the causes and impact of the plague of ancient Athens during the Peloponnesian we conclude that : the plague is the combined result of natural and social environment , it is accompanied by the process of human civilization from , at the same time huge and far-reaching impact on human society itself .

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CLC: > History, geography > World History > Ancient History ( 40 century BC ~ AD 476 ) > Ancient Greece
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